Welcome to the Lakeland Library Newsletter! Each month, we will showcase classes, events, and other fun and interesting facts about the Library and our staff. We will also keep you informed of new resources and services that are designed to assist you in your course work, and personal and professional lives.
Vincent Hutzell, Library Student Worker
Major: Computer Science
Best gift I have recieved: A trip to Gettysburg for my birthday.
Currently watching: Futurama for the 4th or 5th time. It's just funny to me.
Favorite dessert: I love ice cream, specifically maple walnut flavor.
An interesting thing about me is I believe the best tools everyone has in life are sincerity and action.
Finals Stress Relief:
Monday, May 6 - Thursday, May 9, 8:00AM - 9:00PM
Need a break from studying for finals? Stop by the Library for some free snacks and fun stress relief activities!
Relax with Guided Meditation
Tuesday, May 7 and Wednesday, May 8, at 12:30PM, 1:30PM and 2:30PM
15 minute sessions and no experience or equipment needed!
Visit with Therapy Dog Wesley
Monday, May 6, 10:00AM - 11:00AM
Thank you to Jackie Kurlich for sharing Wesley with us!
Monday Book Club:
Monday, May 13, 2019 at 2:00PM, Holden University Center, Room U-202
Read the book and join in a discussion of "The Radium Girls: the Dark Story of America's Shining Women" by Kate Moore. Click here for more information.
Book Discussion Group:
Lakeland Library Staff would like to extend a big THANK YOU to the students, staff, faculty, and administrators who read our newsletter and made it a success this year! We are grateful for all of your positive feedback and cannot wait to deliver more exciting content next year. Look for special editions of the newsletter over the summer to keep up with all of your library needs. We are happy to receive any suggestions for content!
Student Library Innovators: Alexis Lisy (Vice President), Ben Dujanovic (Treasurer), Deanna Lowe (President)
Congratulations to the Library's student group, Student Library Innovators (SLI) for being awarded Program of the Year by Student Engagement and Leadership for Vintage Movie Night! SLI hosted twenty students, faculty, and staff in the Library classroom to watch a Bugs Bunny film and "One Last Fling." Special thanks to American Cinema instructor Joanna Whetstone who spoke with the students about the history of their film choices. Deanna was also awarded Outstanding Member of the Year for SLI.
SLI is currently planning their event schedule for next year. Interested students should contact Deanna Lowe (President; firstname.lastname@example.org), Ragan Snead (Adviser; email@example.com), or Megan Mamolen (Adviser; firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Celebration of Research
On Thursday, April 18th, the Library held the inaugural Celebration of Research event in the Library. Students from the Lakeland Honors Program and Honors Societies presented their research projects and networked in a multidisciplinary setting. Congratulations to Nicole Fiorelli, who was awarded the first prize of a $300 gift card for her research project titled "Suzanne Collins' Commentary on War and Society in the Hunger Games." Second place was awarded to Logan Bell, third place was awarded to Bailey Swartz, and an honorable mention was awarded to Jenna Boggess. We are so proud of the wonderful work presented by our students and cannot wait to expand the event to the entire campus next year!
Week of the Young Child
April 8 - 12, 2019
In support of our youngest learners, the Library partnered with Lakeland’s Early Childhood Education program, the Teaching Learning Center & Campus Kids, to recognize the National Association for the Education of Young Children’s “Week of the Young Child”. This annual celebration spotlighted early learning, young children, their teachers, families and communities. The Library provided children's books for story-time reading related to the themes of the day: Music Monday, Tasty Tuesday, Work Together Wednesday, and Artsy Thursday. In addition to promoting language and early literary skills, fun activities accompanied the learning events.
Create a piece of blackout poetry...
To celebrate National Poetry Month, students, faculty, and staff made creative poetry designs using template pages from classic novels. The poetry was displayed in the Library, and a winner was selected from a drawing of the submissions. Congratulations to Stormy McClellan who won a $10 gift card from the Book Store!
There is a periodical entirely devoted to poetry and it's titled Poetry. Lakeland Library has subscribed to it for many years and has issues dating back to 1971! Poetry the magazine, it's here even after April.
Lakeland Library partners with local public libraries to provide two Little Free Libraries on campus. There is one located in the L-building by the Teaching and Learning Center and one in the E-building lounge area. These books are free to take with no check out required!
SUMMER LIBRARY HOURS
OPEN: Monday - Thursday, 8AM-8PM; Fridays 8AM-12PM
CLOSED: Saturdays and Sundays
General Information Summer Hours Web
Contributors to the April newsletter include: Linda Glasser, Kris Kunard-Blevins, Holly Rosby, Ragan Snead, Jenna Spivak, Cori Tatulinski
Editor: Megan Mamolen